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    • Who wouldn’t love to feel consistently happy, self-assured, and enthusiastic? Yet often we’re consumed by feelings of failure, regret, and self-doubt.

      At the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute, we’ve gone deep into the nature of our opposing emotions to find out. Worrier to Warrior is the empowering result.

      Mined from the teachings of Torah and contemporary psychology, this six-week course takes a fresh approach to the battle against bad feelings, providing realistic spiritual mechanisms for remaining upbeat no matter what life brings.

      READY TO TURN THE TABLES ON BAD FEELINGS?

      WHEN

      6 Wednesdays, 7:30-9:00 P.M.
      Nov. 6 - Dec. 11

      LOCATION

      Chabad, 375 Pulis Avenue, Franklin Lakes, NJ

      MORE INFO

      rabbi@chabadplace.org
      201.848.0449 | Fee: $99

       

      CONTINUING EDUCATION


      New Jersey Medical & Mental Health professionals can earn up to 15 CE credits for this course

      WHO:
      Psychiatrists, Doctors, Psychologists, Social Workers
      LMFT, LMT, LFT, LPC, CC
      (contact rabbi@chabadplace.org with questions)

      CREDITS:
      9 Credits for attendance, additional credits for additional reading

      PARTNER:

      Albert Einstein Medical College

      COURSE OVERVIEW

       EMOTION 1 

      Achieving Authenticity

      When praised for a good deed, 70% of people admit to squirming because they feel their act lacked authenticity. In this opening session, discover a place of objective authenticity within yourself that can weather any self-doubt and help you build confidence in your genuine goodness.

       EMOTION 2 

      Embracing Flaws

      Wrestling with feelings of overwhelm, procrastination, or general not-enough-ness? This session explores the seemingly senseless feelings of inadequacy and charts a course to transform them from adversary to ally.

       EMOTION 3 

      Rethinking Regret

      We all slip, and it’s natural to feel some regret or guilt when we do. But can we focus on past actions without becoming paralyzed by bad feelings? In Lesson 3, we’ll challenge the negativity associated with regret, finding a catalyst for remarkable growth where it’s least expected.

       EMOTION 4 

      Peering through Pain

      An optimistic attitude is a noble goal, but the sincere, burning flames of sadness, suffering, or loss can be incredibly difficult to douse. This session embraces the validity of pain while sensitively enhancing our internal perspectives to let the sun peek through despite the reality of our suffering.

       EMOTION 5 

      Living Joyfully

      Things are fineâ€"you've got what you need in health, finances, and relationships. But is "feeling fine" the same as feeling truly, energetically happy? By looking at common patterns in chasing inner contentment, Lesson 5 helps us pave a new path to more dependably enthusiastic living.

       EMOTION 6 

      Refreshing Relationships

      Without a doubt, healthy relationships are key to positive emotions, but they are so much easier said than done. This session explores the triumphs and dysfunctions of human relationships, formulating a steady approach to allowing yours to flourish despite inherent strains .

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